franklin prince

Cold Case Spotlight – Franklin Prince Jr.

Two days before Christmas in 2007, Franklin Delano Prince Jr. was talking with two friends outside of his Eureka Gardens apartment in Jacksonville, Florida when all three were forced to the ground and shot by unknown suspects. Witnesses say three black males were responsible for the attack but no arrests have been made. Franklin and Antonio Creech died at the scene. The third victim survived but has not been able to identified the attackers.

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evelyn slay

Cold Case Spotlight – Evelyn Slay

Seventy four year old widow, Evelyn Slay, was robbed, stabbed and killed by someone that broke into her home on June 1, 1983 in Jacksonville, Florida. Twice that day Evelyn had called the Jacksonville Sheriff”s Office to report missing money from her home. Evelyn suspected a woman that had been hired to clean her home through the Florida State Employment Agency was the thief. Within four hours of filing the police report, Evelyn Slay was stabbed to death in her Huron Street home.

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christopher mcdowell

Cold Case Spotlight – Christopher McDowell

On January 11, 2014 Christopher McDowell was killed by a hit and run driver on St. Johns Bluff Road in Jacksonville, Florida. Christopher was found by a patrolling police officer around 3:30am. The Florida Highway Patrol believes Christopher was walking home from a convenience store when he was struck by a gray or silver SUV or truck. There would have been damage to the right front area of the vehicle.

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dana solomon

Cold Case Spotlight – Dana Solomon

On Sunday, November 12, 2006 just before 7:00pm Dana Solomon was struck by a vehicle while walking home from the Kangaroo Express convenience store on Normandy Blvd and Yellow Water Rd on the westside of Jacksonville, Florida. Investigators believe that Dana may have been hit by a small, dark colored, metallic truck which fled the scene. After fighting for her life for a week in the intensive care unit, Dana’s organ’s began to fail and she died on November 19, 2006.

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